The Baltimore Ravens play host to the Houston Texans this Sunday at M&T Stadium. Houston is pushing along with their first ever playoff appearance and victory, hoping to double down on their success in Houston. Arian Foster broke out last week with 153 yards rushing and 2 TDs on the ground. However, during Week 6, the Ravens bottled up Foster to just 49 yards on 15 carries and 62 yards on six catches. Will the presence of Andre Johnson open things up for TJ Yates and free up some matchups for Foster to run quick checkdowns? You can see for yourself in person.

Sunday 1:00 PM Baltimore, MD tickets from $179

The Ravens and Texans met earlier this season during Week 6 in Baltimore. Ray Rice and Anquan Boldin both walked away with over 100 yards rushing and receiving, respectively, and the Ravens walked away with a 29-14 victory. The big difference this game is that the Texans will be without Matt Schaub but will have TJ Yates throwing to a healthy Andrew Johnson.

Ticket Price Information

Tickets peaked twice – once when the Ravens secured the #2 playoff birth on January 1st and a second time after the Texans won on January 7th and the AFC Divisional games were set. Since that time, tickets have started to trickle down in average price, but not because prices are falling. 33.56% of the tickets sold since January 9th have been in the 500 Level with an average price of $185.88.

With an average ticket price pf $324.49, the matchup between the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens is the second most expensive matchup this weekend.

Event Venue City State Avg. Price
New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park San Francisco CA $401.57
Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore MD $324.49
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Foxboro MA $290.06
New York Giants at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Green Bay WI $263.43

Here are some great prices available for those of you who want to check out the game in Baltimore. Let us know if you’re going to the game by hitting us up @SeatGeek.